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Stay active and healthy to avoid dementia, says Worcester home care company

Worcester News: Dr Hannah MacKechnie of Radfield Home Care

6:01pm Friday 12th September 2014

A WORCESTER-based company helping ill and disabled people maintain their independence is urging county residents to keep active after a study showed a healthy lifestyle could be the best way to avoid developing dementia.

Cancer patients invited to take part in psychological survey

Worcester News: (4896893)

4:28pm Friday 12th September 2014

CANCER patients in Worcestershire, their carers and families are being asked to take part in a survey around the psychological help they are offered during their treatment

Cancer patients invited to take part in psychological survey

Worcester News: (4896893)

4:26pm Friday 12th September 2014

CANCER patients in Worcestershire, their carers and families are being asked to take part in a survey around the psychological help they are offered during their treatment

Cancer patients invited to take part in psychological survey

Worcester News: (4896893)

4:26pm Friday 12th September 2014

CANCER patients in Worcestershire, their carers and families are being asked to take part in a survey around the psychological help they are offered during their treatment

Cancer patients invited to take part in psychological survey

Worcester News: (4896893)

4:26pm Friday 12th September 2014

CANCER patients in Worcestershire, their carers and families are being asked to take part in a survey around the psychological help they are offered during their treatment

Cancer patients invited to take part in psychological survey

Worcester News: (4896893)

4:26pm Friday 12th September 2014

CANCER patients in Worcestershire, their carers and families are being asked to take part in a survey around the psychological help they are offered during their treatment

Cancer patients invited to take part in psychological survey

Worcester News: (4896893)

4:26pm Friday 12th September 2014

CANCER patients in Worcestershire, their carers and families are being asked to take part in a survey around the psychological help they are offered during their treatment

Duchess of Gloucester cuts the ribbon at new mental health unit

Worcester News: The Duchess of Gloucester cuts the ribbon at the new mental health unit in Bromsgrove with Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust chairman Chris Burdon

4:09pm Friday 12th September 2014

A NEW mental health unit for older patients in Worcestershire with dementia has been given a royal seal of approval.

Tibetan holy man to return to Malvern

Worcester News: Chödpa Lama Rinpoche during his visit to Malvern last year. Picture by Chris Russell-Jones.

1:05pm Friday 12th September 2014

A TIBETAN master is to return to Malvern for the third time to share his wisdom with people in the area.

Tibetan holy man to return to Malvern

Worcester News: Chödpa Lama Rinpoche during his visit to Malvern last year. Picture by Chris Russell-Jones.

1:05pm Friday 12th September 2014

A TIBETAN master is to return to Malvern for the third time to share his wisdom with people in the area.

Tibetan holy man to return to Malvern

Worcester News: Chödpa Lama Rinpoche during his visit to Malvern last year. Picture by Chris Russell-Jones.

1:03pm Friday 12th September 2014

A TIBETAN master is to return to Malvern for the third time to share his wisdom with people in the area.

Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

Worcester News: Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

11:12am Friday 12th September 2014

PEOPLE in Worcestershire are being encouraged to enjoy a packed lunch with their colleagues as part of a national campaign raising money to protect children from abuse.

Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

Worcester News: Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

11:10am Friday 12th September 2014

PEOPLE in Worcestershire are being encouraged to enjoy a packed lunch with their colleagues as part of a national campaign raising money to protect children from abuse.

Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

Worcester News: Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

11:10am Friday 12th September 2014

PEOPLE in Worcestershire are being encouraged to enjoy a packed lunch with their colleagues as part of a national campaign raising money to protect children from abuse.

Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

Worcester News: Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

11:10am Friday 12th September 2014

PEOPLE in Worcestershire are being encouraged to enjoy a packed lunch with their colleagues as part of a national campaign raising money to protect children from abuse.

Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

Worcester News: Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

11:10am Friday 12th September 2014

PEOPLE in Worcestershire are being encouraged to enjoy a packed lunch with their colleagues as part of a national campaign raising money to protect children from abuse.

Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

Worcester News: Bring a packed lunch to work and raise money for children's charity

11:10am Friday 12th September 2014

PEOPLE in Worcestershire are being encouraged to enjoy a packed lunch with their colleagues as part of a national campaign raising money to protect children from abuse.

Worcester professor's research informs miscarriage campaign

Worcester News: One of the leaflets created as part of the Partners Too campaign by Kate Evans.

2:59pm Thursday 11th September 2014

A CAMPAIGN raising awareness of the struggles faced by those whose partners have suffered a miscarriage has been launched following a research project by a University of Worcester professor.

Fun day arranged by parents who lost baby daughter to cot death raises £5,016.76

Worcester News: Gareth and Kris Price

1:01pm Thursday 11th September 2014

A FUNDRAISING fun day arranged by the parents of a baby girl who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) aged just eight weeks old raised more than £5,000 for a charity supporting families who have lost children.

Fun day arranged by parents who lost baby daughter to cot death raises £5,016.76

Worcester News: Gareth and Kris Price

12:58pm Thursday 11th September 2014

A FUNDRAISING fun day arranged by the parents of a baby girl who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) aged just eight weeks old raised more than £5,000 for a charity supporting families who have lost children.

Fun day arranged by parents who lost baby daughter to cot death raises £5,016.76

Worcester News: Gareth and Kris Price

12:58pm Thursday 11th September 2014

A FUNDRAISING fun day arranged by the parents of a baby girl who died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) aged just eight weeks old raised more than £5,000 for a charity supporting families who have lost children.

Health workers raise £917 for children with communication problems

Worcester News: (L-R) Emela Milne, Liz Chatterton, non-executive director with Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Jill Gramman and Katie Watson at the trust's Worcester HQ in Shrub Hill Road.

10:56am Thursday 11th September 2014

A TRIO of Worcestershire health workers got on their bikes to raise more than £900 to help children with communication problems develop their speech, hearing and language skills.

Health workers raise £917 for children with communication problems

Worcester News: (L-R) Emela Milne, Liz Chatterton, non-executive director with Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Jill Gramman and Katie Watson at the trust's Worcester HQ in Shrub Hill Road.

10:56am Thursday 11th September 2014

A TRIO of Worcestershire health workers got on their bikes to raise more than £900 to help children with communication problems develop their speech, hearing and language skills.

Health workers raise £917 for children with communication problems

Worcester News: (L-R) Emela Milne, Liz Chatterton, non-executive director with Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Jill Gramman and Katie Watson at the trust's Worcester HQ in Shrub Hill Road.

10:56am Thursday 11th September 2014

A TRIO of Worcestershire health workers got on their bikes to raise more than £900 to help children with communication problems develop their speech, hearing and language skills.

Health workers raise £917 for children with communication problems

Worcester News: (L-R) Emela Milne, Liz Chatterton, non-executive director with Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Jill Gramman and Katie Watson at the trust's Worcester HQ in Shrub Hill Road.

10:56am Thursday 11th September 2014

A TRIO of Worcestershire health workers got on their bikes to raise more than £900 to help children with communication problems develop their speech, hearing and language skills.

Health workers raise £917 for children with communication problems

Worcester News: (L-R) Emela Milne, Liz Chatterton, non-executive director with Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Jill Gramman and Katie Watson at the trust's Worcester HQ in Shrub Hill Road.

10:56am Thursday 11th September 2014

A TRIO of Worcestershire health workers got on their bikes to raise more than £900 to help children with communication problems develop their speech, hearing and language skills.

Health workers raise £917 for children with communication problems

Worcester News: (L-R) Emela Milne, Liz Chatterton, non-executive director with Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Jill Gramman and Katie Watson at the trust's Worcester HQ in Shrub Hill Road.

10:56am Thursday 11th September 2014

A TRIO of Worcestershire health workers got on their bikes to raise more than £900 to help children with communication problems develop their speech, hearing and language skills.

Building work underway at former Worcester art school

Worcester News: 3614691206 Paul Jackson 03.09.14 Worcester - Work continues on the new Heart of Worcestershire College building, Dolday. (9980912)

10:52am Thursday 11th September 2014

BUILDING work has begun to convert a former Worcester art college into a £6 million retirement complex.

Wards at Worcestershire Royal Hospital closed due to norovirus

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

5:11pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

WARDS at Worcestershire Royal Hospital are closed to visitors following an outbreak of norovirus.

Wards at Worcestershire Royal Hospital closed due to norovirus

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

5:08pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

WARDS at Worcestershire Royal Hospital are closed to visitors following an outbreak of norovirus.

Wards at Worcestershire Royal Hospital closed due to norovirus

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

5:07pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

WARDS at Worcestershire Royal Hospital are closed to visitors following an outbreak of norovirus.

Wards at Worcestershire Royal Hospital closed due to norovirus

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

5:07pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

WARDS at Worcestershire Royal Hospital are closed to visitors following an outbreak of norovirus.

Wards at Worcestershire Royal Hospital closed due to norovirus

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

5:07pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

WARDS at Worcestershire Royal Hospital are closed to visitors following an outbreak of norovirus.

Wards at Worcestershire Royal Hospital closed due to norovirus

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

5:07pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

WARDS at Worcestershire Royal Hospital are closed to visitors following an outbreak of norovirus.

New measures to identify dementia in older patients

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

4:43pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

NEW measures are being put into place to ensure older patients admitted to hospital in Worcestershire are assessed to determine whether or not they have dementia as quickly as possible.

New measures to identify dementia in older patients

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

4:40pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

NEW measures are being put into place to ensure older patients admitted to hospital in Worcestershire are assessed to determine whether or not they have dementia as quickly as possible.

New measures to identify dementia in older patients

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

4:40pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

NEW measures are being put into place to ensure older patients admitted to hospital in Worcestershire are assessed to determine whether or not they have dementia as quickly as possible.

New measures to identify dementia in older patients

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

4:40pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

NEW measures are being put into place to ensure older patients admitted to hospital in Worcestershire are assessed to determine whether or not they have dementia as quickly as possible.

New measures to identify dementia in older patients

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

4:40pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

NEW measures are being put into place to ensure older patients admitted to hospital in Worcestershire are assessed to determine whether or not they have dementia as quickly as possible.

New measures to identify dementia in older patients

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

4:39pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

NEW measures are being put into place to ensure older patients admitted to hospital in Worcestershire are assessed to determine whether or not they have dementia as quickly as possible.

Former county council chief executive Trish Haines appointed to CCG

4:34pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

THE former chief executive of Worcestershire County Council has been appointed to a role at the organisation responsible for commissioning health services in the south of the county.

Former county council chief executive Trish Haines appointed to CCG

4:31pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

THE former chief executive of Worcestershire County Council has been appointed to a role at the organisation responsible for commissioning health services in the south of the county.

Former county council chief executive Trish Haines appointed to CCG

4:31pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

THE former chief executive of Worcestershire County Council has been appointed to a role at the organisation responsible for commissioning health services in the south of the county.

Former county council chief executive Trish Haines appointed to CCG

4:30pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

THE former chief executive of Worcestershire County Council has been appointed to a role at the organisation responsible for commissioning health services in the south of the county.

Former county council chief executive Trish Haines appointed to CCG

4:30pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

THE former chief executive of Worcestershire County Council has been appointed to a role at the organisation responsible for commissioning health services in the south of the county.

Former county council chief executive Trish Haines appointed to CCG

4:30pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

THE former chief executive of Worcestershire County Council has been appointed to a role at the organisation responsible for commissioning health services in the south of the county.

Boot camp raises £220 for breast unit campaign

Worcester News: Participants being put through their paces at the fundraising boot camp in aid of the Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign.

4:04pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

A BOOT camp run by a fitness group and a Worcester boutique raised £220 for a campaign for a new breast cancer unit.

Worcestershire doctors express concerns over hospital revamp plans

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

3:18pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

DOCTORS in north Worcestershire have expressed concerns about a revamp of hospital services in the county which could see some services moved from Redditch to Worcester.

Worcestershire doctors express concerns over hospital revamp plans

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

3:18pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

DOCTORS in north Worcestershire have expressed concerns about a revamp of hospital services in the county which could see some services moved from Redditch to Worcester.

Worcestershire doctors express concerns over hospital revamp plans

Worcester News: Worcestershire Royal Hospital

3:18pm Wednesday 10th September 2014

DOCTORS in north Worcestershire have expressed concerns about a revamp of hospital services in the county which could see some services moved from Redditch to Worcester.

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